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  Current    Liberally Stephanie Miller    News/Business.   
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    January 16, 2013
    6:00 - 9:00am PST  

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>> stephanie: hello current tv land. ooh, i'm sick. listen to that. i sound like a dude. good morning everybody. hi, jacki schechner. >> i was wondering where that raspy, deep voice was coming from. >> it is bea arthur from the grave. >> stephanie: we're not number one but we're up there. jacki schechner, so we're going to hear from the president on gun stuff at what? 11:45 eastern? >> 11:55 but he's always a little late. >> just about time to miss our
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show. >> stephanie: we'll talk about the nra's new ad. how the president has fancy protection for his children. >> i swear you're sitting on my shoulder as i write my script. >> steph, you stepped on her newscast! [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: i'll be over here just being a dude. here's jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. that's right. the president is going to announce his new gun control proposals today just before noon eastern time. he will be joined by vice president biden who headed up the task force that gathered the information that eventually led to the president's new plan. they will be joined at the white house event by children who wrote letters to the president after the shooting at newtown expressing their concern and their call for school safety. their parents will be there as well. there is a new ad out from the national rifle association not only are they not backing any new gun control laws, now they're actively attacking the president. the gist of their ad is that if the president's children have secret service protection, shouldn't all of our kids have
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armed guards in schools. someone should remind them they have secret service protection because the president is the president. anyway, take a look at the ad. >> mr. obama demands the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes. but he's just another elitist hypocrite when it comes to a fair share of security. >> yes, an elitist hypocrite who is the president. anyway his plan today will include calls for congressional action on an assault weapons ban, a limitation on the sale of high-capacity magazines, also taking a look at stronger, federal background checks for anyone who wants to buy a firearm. at the moment, senate democratic leadership seems split on whether or not we're going to get any action through congress. majority leader harry reid is skeptical we can get anything past republicans in the house but at the same time, minority whip steny hoyer is more optimistic. he's hopeful that perhaps his colleagues in the house will be more flexible after what happened at sandy hook elementary. we're back with more show after the break.
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show, to be able to come away armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. ♪ ♪ the trucks are going farther. the 2013 ram 1500 with best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. the new ram 1500. motor trend's 2013 truck of the year.
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>> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> oh, dear. >> stephanie: i sound like a dude. >> hey, i know. now that everyone's getting sick, let's fly to d.c. and do a show. >> stephanie: good idea. happy wednesday everybody. speaking of d.c. and sexy liberal hal sparks in hour number three. we have representative rosa delauro, charlie pierce
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rescheduled for today. he was sick yesterday. >> yeah, jim, do it. >> stephanie: 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. >> for me, it is -- it lasted two weeks. >> stephanie: everything else is going great in my life. [ wah wah ] what is it? 11:50 today eastern, the president will unveil his gun control measures. >> although jacki says it has been moved to 11:55. we won't have it on our show. just say. >> stephanie: no. did you see so we were talking about the nra's new ad about the president's children have fancy protection. >> why does he not want your kids to be protected? who does he think he is? >> stephanie: why don't your children have special secret service? oh! because you're not president.
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what is the point of them? here we go. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? >> stephanie: yes! >> then why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are protected by armed guards. mr. obama demands the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes but he's just another elitist hypocrite when it comes to a fair share of security. protection for their kids and gun-free zones for ours. what we need is more guns! more guns! guns! >> wow. >> stephanie: wow! really? that's their argument. >> the president's family is required by law to have protection. >> he claims to be a lawyer who knows about the law. >> stephanie: he was elected. >> all those fancy votes. >> stephanie: wow. >> who does he think he is?
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>> someone in the chat room says you know who didn't protect your children? hitler. >> stephanie: that's right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: jim does not need any encouragement to get there but thank you. lordy. and by the way i say over and over again. everyone has come to the table except for the gun lobby. i said -- i agree with barbara boxer, if we can use the national guard, i would do it. i've said over and other, i'm not a parent but if i were, i would understand, we might want to be safer rather than sorry now. there are measures you can take right away and it is now. police force i think they're prob bely too -- probably too stretched as it is. who's going to pay for that? the national guard makes some sense, i think. >> the president the elitist pay for it. he's got fancy protection. who does he think he is?
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excuse me? >> stephanie: all it takes is for us to go into the scary right wing. their voice drip. >> yes. >> the president goes to the bank. >> oh, now you're making fun of our psas that nobody hears. >> stephanie: oh, lord. >> wheel of right wing hypocrites. >> stephanie: we talked about this yesterday. the nra has a video shooting game. didn't they just blame -- >> wayne lapierrre -- >> video games. >> there is a petition going around to get apple to pull that from the store. >> stephanie: a week after the sandy hook shooting, wayne lapierrre, we took that press conference live. there is a corrupting industry that sells violence against its own people. >> hollywood. >> rap music.
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>> jim. >> hollywood is jews and gays. you forgot. >> he's sick all right. but not in that way. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: literally, are they just trying to -- new shooting game for mobile devices by the nra is no longer suitable for preschoolers. well, there's that. >> 4 and up. >> stephanie: nra practice range changed its age recommendation from 4 up to 12 years of age. >> oh, that fixes everything. >> stephanie: the game depicts and realistic violence. seriously? it was just really sunday, the one month anniversary of sandy hook. okay. [ explosion ] >> stephanie: courage campaign is the one chris that circulated online petition asking apple to drop the free mobile app from its store. this is a classic example of everything that's wrong with the nra. instead of coming to the table
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with constructive ideas to reduce gun violence, the nra is developing a game that glorifies guns and gun violence. >> stephanie: different than the other people's violent games. this one's just teaching gun safety, i'm sure. [ whatever! ] >> stephanie: right right exactly. >> but they're coffin shaped. >> stephanie: right. fun for all ages. >> not actual people. it is dead people inside the coffins. >> redundant. >> stephanie: shooting already dead people so this is a pointless game as well. >> they don't think things through at the nra do they? like ever. >> stephanie: joe in syracuse on the big breaking news from yesterday. new york gun law kicks in. gun owners losing it. yea, new york! ahead of the curve on marriage equality. ahead of the curve on sensible gun stuff. you know why? because the republicans and democrats coming together, both issues. how about that. how about if the rest of the
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country ever ran like that. >> governor cuomo. >> we can strike back and we can defend ourselves but we're going to do it intelligently and we're going to do prudently. and we're going to put rules in place that actually protect innocent people in society. >> stephanie: that's crazy. that's crazy. what's going on? joe writes steph i'm so proud of the new york state legislature for passing gun reform so quickly in new york state. it is only seven miles into connecticut where sandy hook happened. even with republicans, it is amazing how the gun law passed so quickly and easily. what's amazing is listening to local right wing radio and gun owners responding in droves to their rights being stripped from them. one caller says -- jim you'll love this. because you love the history. can i have some history music? one caller suggested the reason japan didn't do a land invasion on the west coast of the u.s. in world war ii is because they believed everyone had a gun and the japanese army would have been overwhelmed.
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>> right! pearl harbor. >> there are a lot of guns at pearl harbor. >> there were battle ships at pearl harbor! >> i got a pistol. >> oh, my god seriously? oh, my god. >> yeah, we lost 5,000 marines at iwo jima. they had guns. morons. >> stephanie: sure. another follow-up that said new york and eventually the whole -- really, it is true that as moronic as a lot of right wing video hosts are their callers are like ten times more -- squared to the tenth power times pi. year caller -- >> forget it. she's on a roll. >> stephanie: when the germans bombed pearl harbor -- i should
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stop. pi. hitler like pie. not that -- infinity. >> stephanie: another caller followed up by saying new york and eventually the whole u.s. would be open to an invasion from get ready for this, canada! >> we're going to make you spell that with the i in there eh? >> make you sit on the jester field, eh? >> eh, have some pudding. >> stephanie: what's even worse, the show's host agreed with the caller, agreeing we're leaving ourselves open to being invaded by canadians and more. who else? >> damn es came -- eskimos. >> stephanie: nra added 100,000 new members since the newtown, connecticut tragedy. currently there are 315 million americans. if i do the math, we're looking at 1% of the population trying to call the shots to dictate to
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the other 99% how they're going to live their lives and put the lives of the other 99% in danger. thank you, joe from syracuse. [ applause ] what's going on? >> stephanie: oh, japan didn't do a land invasion. >> we're going to give you diabetes with tim horton's doughnuts, eh? >> stephanie: it will be a slow invasion. boy, when it kicks in. >> clog your arteries with the pudding. deep fried cheese curds too. just wait. it won't hurt you yet. but wait like 20 years. >> brown gravy will get you in like 20 years. >> i heard a chime. >> stephanie: i know. >> oh fine. >> stephanie: it is the alert that canada is about to attack. >> in 20 years. >> stephanie: that's what google alert said. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay.
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all right. >> we have a town called regina, eh? >> that, you do. >> okey-dokey. >> dare you not to laugh eh? >> stephanie: you realize we've become a south park episode. we're laughing at canadian episodes. >> we all have flappy heads. >> stephanie: send the mounties eh? >> we're wearing red coats so you can see us real good, eh? >> stephanie: all right. oh, let's do a hate letter. why not. they're losing it. >> do we have hate music? >> stephanie: sure. this could be from one of my parents. i'm so disappointed with you. >> disappointed! >> stephanie: see, that's even worse than hate. disappointment. >> disappointment! >> stephanie: not only are you a despicable liberal but you also have a twist of communism
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in you. >> a twist of communism. >> stephanie: it is like a sprig. [ ding ding ] >> it is a commi mojito. >> stephanie: can't wait to see your show come 2016 squirming under a rock with the rest of your liberal friends. come to think of it, that's a good place for you. oh by squirming you mean hillary will be president and he will once again be a loser. [ applause ] all right. okay. thank you for that. [ applause ] it sounds kind of -- garnish. >> stephanie: with a marxist garnish. >> like a sprig of parsley. >> they're never really specific on what they're angry about. general unfocused -- >> stephanie: i give him a general -- >> they hurl the word liberal around like it is an insult.
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>> stephanie: none of the l words scare me. bring it. 18 minutes after the hour. kids, go to meeting is how we do the business here at the "the stephanie miller show." er year we make resolutions how to be more productive, work smarter not harder, spend less time at the office. you can't do everything unless you use go to meeting by citrix. i do. the fast and simple way to meet with clients and coworkers online from wherever you are. is business going to stop because we're going to washington? >> hell to the no. >> stephanie: we have our ipads, our iphones laptops with go to meeting. you all share the same screen at the same time. you can collaborate on documents in real time and the built in hd videoconferencing is amazing. the first time i saw it, i couldn't believe how crystal clear video quality. no dropping out no audio quality dropping in and out. >> i don't even have to go to your hotel room for a meeting. i can stay in mine. >> stephanie: every now and then, you might get a peek at my lady bits. you can launch or join a meeting from anywhere using your
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computer, smart phone or tablet. you don't want to see that in hd video quality. you can even present from your ipad now. i'm going to do that. i'm going to anthony weiner you. chris, take a look at this! >> i don't think citrix -- >> stephanie: i'm going to launch the meeting from my who-ha. >> i don't think citrix intended that use for it. >> stephanie: it is a high tech way for me to sexually harass you now. work smarter. try go to meeting free for 30 days. visit gotomeeting.com and click on the try it free button. remember the promo code is stephanie. 20 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> what is this? the twilight zone? >> announcer: it's a "the stephanie miller show." two delicious shrimp selections on one plate! all with salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. 30 shrimp, just $11.99 for a limited time.
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always outspoken: joy behar. >> on my next show, i'll sit down with the explosive yet reflective, jerry springer and we'll find out which one of these camera guys is a secret baby daddy. >> only on current tv.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 25 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. oh jacki's healthcare corner coming up at the bottom of the hour. source of all evil in the world? cats. cats and healthcare in the news. >> i stepped on jazz's foot this morning. >> stephanie: you're a bastard. >> well, he was under the bed. his foot was out from underneath the bed. i stepped on it and he screamed. >> stephanie: hope he doesn't scratch you over that. you know why? because this cat scratch cost a guy $55,000 in our healthcare. >> what? >> what is it? a snow leopard?
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>> stephanie: here, kitty! 1-800-steph-12. >> bengal tiger? >> stephanie: jean in west virginia. hi jean. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: i kind of agree with the commercial, the nra put out about obama. >> stephanie: oh boy. >> caller: well, now wait a minute. >> stephanie: jean, you heard me say i think it is not a bad idea to explore about the national guard in the schools so i'm not necessarily disagreeing. >> caller: yeah, but wait a minute. >> stephanie: that's a ridiculous analogy to say the president's kids have protection. he's president. >> caller: that's not what i'm saying. i'm saying that people who carry guns should have the same psyche analysis that the protection detail has. the same yearly physicals the extensive training. they all have their guns registered. and they don't carry assault rifles. >> who's going to pay for all of that though? >> caller: that's what i'm
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saying, the nra supports is to protect the president's kids. that's the qualifications. >> stephanie: i agree with you. i think it is ridiculous to talk about arming teachers who are not trained nor generally have any desire to be navy seals in addition to teaching your kids. >> caller: exactly. that's why i feel the commercial was stupid because they're supporting everything that we believe should be done. people should have psyche analysis. >> stephanie: right. i get your point. >> caller: they should be registered. >> stephanie: i get your point. >> caller: they shouldn't carry assault rifles. >> stephanie: jean, thank you very much. it was phlegm in my head that made me misunderstand her. >> it was a little -- >> stephanie: i get her point. >> i get it now. she was making a point. >> stephanie: i was unnecessarily combative and i apologize. what? >> combative. >> stephanie: i think i'm having a brain-related event. >> maybe a phlegm-related event. >> stephanie: joan, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: oh, hi. i'm excited to talk to you.
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i have three quick points. i was watching morning joe. hope i can say that. >> stephanie: it's ok. >> caller: robert gibbs was on and he said some really interesting things. i don't know if he said this but it was on there that the president -- excuse me, i'm sick too has 19 executive orders on his desk. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: not that he's going to enact them all but that's part of what joe biden did. and also he said that -- he said that if you have a policeman at a school, they would have a pistol. they wouldn't even have a glock. i don't know what that is but they wouldn't have one. you know what policemen use. all a shooter would have to do is get across the street with an assault weapon and shoot him. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: then come in the school. right? so what protection is that
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against an assault weapon? >> stephanie: yep. you know, it's interesting. she was talking about so and so is a hunter. i heard ed schultz say, he's a hunter. he said that last night. everybody knows i've been a hunter. i'm sick of having to state your props on guns to have the debate. it really shouldn't necessarily be relevant. you have no credibility -- >> unless you use guns all the time. >> stephanie: right. exactly. i've gone on record as saying i'm entirely too spazy. i don't know how i got that. this scratch here. this bruise here. don't know. spazy. >> how can you aim if you're crying? >> stephanie: and i'm unnecessarily weepy. 29 minutes after the hour. right back with jacki's healthcare corner next on "the stephanie miller show." going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not
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bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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>> it's my job. >> handful of women she's the only one i've ever found tolerable. >> what about -- >> stephanie miller? >> the statement stands for itself. >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. all right. we have to post this. "l.a. times" first cat now the health system puts a bite on me by david lazarus in the "l.a. times." there's only one person you can go to with questions of this sort. cat-related or health-care related. ♪ imagine me and you ♪ ♪ i think she gets up in the night and burns the lights ♪ ♪ the only one who got it right
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was jacki schechner ♪ >> stephanie: good morning jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: cat owner. and healthcare expert. >> who did put an ex-boyfriend of mine in the hospital. good story. >> stephanie: do tell. >> emmy does not have front claws but she has vicious teeth. he was holding her upside down in a cradle position. i said she's going to bite you. let her go. he said nah, she's not. i said she's going to bite you let her go. he didn't listen as most ex-boyfriends of mine don't. she put a tooth through his hand and he didn't clean it out properly and ended up with blood poisoning. >> stephanie: that's what the story is about. >> guess who had the pay the prescription i.v. pills? >> stephanie: jacki schechner. >> she's loaded. >> stephanie: obviously a hoarder. yeah, but this story it really is -- it has your name written all over it. first of all, it is all about
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the healthcare. what you always talk about that we have a cost problem. call it the $55,000 cat bite. that's the rough total of medical costs so far for a cat bite on my hand that turned into an infection that turned into surgery and a week in the hospital. it opened my eyes about various aspects of healthcare system, not the least of which is the extraordinary care provided by nurses and state-of-the-art resources available to doctors. i still have my left hand thanks to them but the bill has arrive and i'm a good deal less impressed with the money side of the system. this is what you always say right? >> we have a totally inflated system when it comes to cost. we have no idea what anything costs. you can deliver a baby at a hospital in one town and up the street deliver the same baby, the same services will cost you three times as much. it is total arbitrary pricing. there's no regulation on what facilities can charge or how much insurers can reimburse. it is a free for all. >> stephanie: you couldn't deliver the exact same baby.
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it would be one of the evil twins. >> we don't comparison shop healthcare because you just can't. i'm sure this guy didn't drive around looking for the cheapest hospital to save his hand. >> stephanie: listen to the details. ucla. $4,000 a night for the hospital room. $16 for a tylenol. the head of the health system said it is totally crazy. he runs the place. our billing system is terrible. i get some explanations of benefits from my insurer and i don't understand what they are. he's saying it is not just ucla. anyway david lazarus writes, flip side to the levels of treatment. insane prices to cover contractual insure es that leaves people lucky enough to have insurance holding the bag for those that don't. that may be coming to an end thanks to obamacare. >> that's the whole point. we have so many people who don't have health insurance not because they're free lords and don't want it.
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people want insurance. they want protection. it is not affordable. they don't get insurance and those of us who do end up having to absorb the cost of those who don't. the idea is to get everybody paying their fair share what they can afford and that way we're taking care of each other as a group society and people aren't picking up the tab for other people who can't afford it. >> stephanie: in his case, you know, obviously his insurance paid only $1500. they covered 38,000 of the bill. he says that leaves $14,000 unaccounted for. the doctor said that's funny money. that just disappeared. here's the long and short of it. insurance demand discounts. hospitals in turn ridiculously inflate prices so they can still turn a profit even after the insurer's discount kicks in. and they say hospitals pad people's bills with the cost of providing treatment to the uninsured patients who require months of care.
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anyway but -- >> also people get different bills. the if you don't have insurance your bill is a lot higher. they'll hound you for the rest of your life to try to pay that bill. there are some hospitals who do charity care who have a certain amount of money that they allocated to give away every year. not give away but they budget that in so they know they'll absorb some cost every year. but at the same time, if you have insurance you get one bill and if you don't have insurance you get another bill. >> stephanie: medical prices are being deliberately pumped full of hot air. more money is changing hands so you don't know if you're getting a fair deal. >> stephanie: that's what he's saying. $3200 for an mri is what they billed the insurer. i could have gotten the same mri for closer to $300. >> that's what we want to be able to get. we talk about making healthcare legislation better over time. that's one really big, important part of it is being able to put regulations in place so that you
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know exactly how much things cost. we don't have the overinflated prices. >> stephanie: here's the crux of it. i know you have to do something you do writing news, whatever, but the point is -- >> our little news segment on this little show they call the talking liberally, stephanie miller show. >> stephanie: thank you. how is this going to help or be changed with obamacare. he says one aspect of the healthcare law is a switch from the current system that provides incentives to hospitals to keep people from getting sick in the first place. they say it is similar to the way kaiser operates to give insurers a fixed amount. if your doctor can keep healthcare spending below that amount, he or she pockets the difference. if you require extra treatment the insurance will cover the true cost of care. this is a seismic shift said the doctor who allow us to stop sending out the crazy bills. >> also more coordinated care so you're not doing the same tests over and over again.
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you go to one doctor, they do a test and then they can't get the results faxed over to them because it is a complicated process. they do it again. and that way you're getting billed twice for the same thing you've already had. if we had a coordinated system, you wouldn't be running the same tests over and over again and charging people multiple times. it is an unnecessary waste. what we're trying to do is in the industrial complex making money off of this. it is ineffective. we have the most expensive care in the world. not the most effective. >> stephanie: when and they say -- he said most hospitals insurances will happen online by next year. for people who don't receive coverage through their employers. right now, the more patients we have in the hospital, soon will make more money by keeping you out of the hospital. that really could be a seismic shift to look forward to. >> you remember that horrible, evil devilish public option? fought so horribly against because it was a government takeover of healthcare. that would have set some
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standards so we would know what things cost. >> shocking no one else has opted for the american system. >> stephanie: he says there's no excuse for these kind of prices. anybody who charges prices like that deserves a little quality time with my cat. >> live that he's got a cat that bit him like that. he's gotta learn how to set the cat on -- >> stephanie: the root of the healthcare problem cats, clearly. cat people. all right honey. thank you. see you at the top of the hour. >> my pleasure. >> stephanie: there she goes. [ applause ] >> stephanie: jacki schechner. okay. let's go to carol in michigan. hi darryl. >> caller: hey, love the show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i just can't get enough of you. >> stephanie: me neither. >> caller: i'm hoping to find a radio station to listen to you. i'll get to my point real quick. the english language is beautiful. words have meaning. i hate the word gun control.
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there is no control. gun regulation is mandated by the second amendment. there is no control. secondly, i would love to retire the assault weapon word for this argument. let's call it a modified battlefield weapon which is what it is. it is a modified battlefield weapon. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: it has no place in american society. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: love your show. >> stephanie: thank you honey. i think they're the same thing. >> modified battlefield. >> stephanie: catchy. >> they're all assault weapons. specific muzzle velocity and clip capacity and all of that. >> stephanie: listen gun people, quit writing me. there's no help for me. stop calling it a clip or magazine. whatever. >> maybe i'll know. >> if it is italian it is a
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drum. >> stephanie: okay. thank you. representative elizabeth esty of connecticut. >> it is my job to advocate strongly for my community and for all of these communities. that's what i'll be doing and working with leadership to get the votes we need. >> stephanie: president obama as we said, probably -- well, it will probably be closer to noon today. will unveil a sweeping set of gun control proposals. at midday including an assault weapons ban universal background clerks limits on the number of bullets that ammunition clips can hold. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] also expected to include as people have been saying, a slate of up to 19 executive actions the obama administration can take to limit gun violence which has already made -- >> they're going to try to limit gun violence. i'm going to start killing people. >> uh-huh. that's exactly why you shouldn't have a gun. >> stephanie: proving our point exactly. the president said the issue -- there some sensible steps we can take to make sure an individual
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can't walk into a school and gun down children in a school. new york just did it yesterday. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] new "washington post" abc news poll shows most americans support tough new measures to counter gun violence including an assault weapons ban. mandatory background checks and other policies. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] looky there. >> who cares about most americans. what do they know? >> stephanie: senator harry reid yesterday. >> most people favor having the ability of people to carry guns. american people want us to be cautious about what we do. >> oh, boy. >> stephanie: he was talking about the assault weapons ban. senator harry reid again. >> let's be realistic. in the senate, we're going to do what we think can get through the house. i'm not going to be going through the gyrations to say we've done something. >> stephanie: i think what he's talking about, carolyn mccarthy talked about this. he doesn't think assault weapon ban, that's not saying the whole thing but the assault weapons ban part of it this is what i've been saying. if we have to do things one at a
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time -- >> incrementally -- >> stephanie: it is better than nothing. once again the house republicans, it is infuriating. >> you know what? the right wing media took the sound bytes out of context there and played it up that harry reid isn't for gun control. >> stephanie: no. >> that's what they did yesterday. >> stephanie: house republicans, not sure the assault weapons ban part of it -- >> i know that. >> stephanie: 46 minutes after the hour. back with more on "the stephanie miller show." >> she's the life of the democratic party. ignore the lampshade. it's "the stephanie miller show." an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport.
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miller. ♪ do it till you're satisfied ♪ >> stephanie: do it. stephanie miller show. 51 minutes after the hour. this hour brought to you by go to meeting with hd faces. the powerfully simple way to meet and collaborate with your team online. now you can present from your ipad. try it free for 30 days. visit gotomeeting.com. click on the try it free button. type in the promo code, stephanie. dave in minneapolis. hi dave. welcome. >> caller: hi. yeah, well i just thought i would give you a call and let you know i completely support the president. i'm a member of law enforcement so i have to own guns. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: they're tools i need for doing my job but i'm not in love with them. so anybody who supports gun
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control, i'm with them. number two chris about the battle of iwo jima -- >> that was jim. >> caller: over 18,000 casualties totaled over that period. that was pretty bad. >> yeah. >> caller: third thing, shout out to jacki schechner. my son is going to penn and he probably wears his harvard is my safety school t-shirt. >> stephanie: thank you honey. funny because it's true. how did you know on cue senator rand paul, anything to do with any kind of -- this is just gun regulation is just one -- always the same, right jim? no, you're not the boss of me or anything. >> i'm going to drive backwards at night with my lights off. >> stephanie: right. >> you can't stop me. >> stephanie: i own my own libertarian paradise. >> laws of gravity do not apply
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to me. ahhhh! >> stephanie: he's talking about the obama administration using executive order to bypass congress so they can't get gun control measures done. >> i'm against having a king. i think having a monarch is what we fought the american revolution over. that's someone who wants to act like a king or a monarch. i've been opposed to executive orders even with republican president but one that wants to infringe on the second amendment, we'll fight tooth and nail and i promise you there will be no rock left unturned as far as trying to stop him from usurping the constitution. >> know what i mean, wink, wink, nudge, nudge dog whistle. here lassie. >> apparently -- >> stephanie: yes. does he not -- the white house knows which stuff is obviously that you can do by executive
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order and which stuff you can't. they keep putting this information out there. none of the stuff we're talking about has to do with taking your stupid guns. it has to do with, you know, gathering information and that kind of stuff. okay. what are you doing? what are you doing over there? let's go to my ron in minnesota. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi meyran. >> caller: i was just petting my puppy. you would approve. i think i have found the solution for this debate about clip size. i think that we should mandate there are either five rounds maximum or 1,000. nothing in between. it is the doughnut hole. 1,000 round clip would weigh about 100 pounds. >> stephanie: more than blue whales. >> caller: one other thing, if you would indulge me. yesterday, i'm loathed to recommend this but se cupp, she
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did offer some advice. i wrote a letter to chris about this last week. i wish you guys would get into -- a little bit more into the science of this -- just to maintain i guess a little more credibility with the nonnut gun nut owners throughout. there is a lot of difference between rounds with dead kids, it shouldn't make any difference but to the audience we're trying to win over and understand, we need to establish more credibility. that's kind of why she did make a good point yesterday about the differences. >> stephanie: differences between what? >> well, two guns. sks or an ak-style round is radically different than this 223 or 5.56 i think is m-16 round. the 5.5 was designed to defeat the geneva convention. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: because it does through the action of the bullet what the old dumdum bullets used
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to do. >> stephanie: okay. all right. >> caller: when we throw them all in there together, when we make the laws and they got a common, i support the president on this, i'm really tired of the -- if the shooters -- nra people would spend less time shooting at one-dimensional targets, maybe they wouldn't be so one-dimensional in their thinking. >> stephanie: thank you very much. [ applause ] i don't care about the differences. i want to get them all. come get them. i hate them all. but i understand your point. to some people it makes a difference. let's go to oscar in chicago. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi oscar. >> caller: how are you? thanks for taking my call. i think we're going about this the wrong way. we have to change the culture of guns in america. guns are glamor, they're part of our whole nation. we took over the nation with the native americans with using guns. people are in love with them.
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people were in love with smoking. smoking was a big thing until we started going after the manufacturers about smoke and how it is no longer glamorous. then the laws will follow. seatbelts, ed schultz said about the seatbelt laws. the seatbelt didn't magically appear. the manufacture her to install it and then the law followed. >> stephanie: remember in the '70s, by the time you turned your car in, they were completely unused. >> caller: people never used them. >> stephanie: you didn't know it was there. that's been there the whole time. >> caller: you reach down and get it. we have to change the culture. one more point i want to make about guns. reason i said we have to go up for the manufacturers is for one reason. what modern technology we have that's the same as it was when it first began. cars have changed. computers have changed. everything. but the gun is still the same simple manufacturer. it is a pin hitting the back of a barrel that shoots a bullet
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out. so why can't we come to a sensible change of culture in america. but have, if they have to put people on -- >> stephanie: you remember when the cell phone ticket laws came out. we thought that was ridiculous. it is my right. but we looked at the research of how many people were getting killed while someone was on the phone or texting and you go you know what? >> now we have seatbelt laws. >> absolutely. >> we have to make smarter guns. make the manufacturers make the smarter guns. let people sue the manufacturer. let people go after them. >> stephanie: i hear you honey. representative rosa delauro joins us next along with charlie pierce as we continue on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello. okay. hour number two current tv land. representative rosa delauro coming up from the great state of connecticut to talk about how to prevent gun violence. they're meeting today aren't they, jacki with nancy pelosi, et cetera. so everybody's on this gun control thing. >> i don't know the schedule but yeah, it is good that people are moving and there is momentum. that's what we wanted. after the shooting in newtown people were saying enough is enough. we've got to keep the momentum going to get something accomplished. >> stephanie: i haven't seen anything move this quickly. the fact the president is coming out today with actual measures i
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think is significant. >> it is. we'll see what he can do through executive action and what has to pass through congress. we know that's where everything gets stalled and gummed up, hopefully we can get something substantial done without having to go through capitol hill. >> stephanie: the newtown families are going to be there today i'm told. >> i don't know if it is the newtown families. i think kids who wrote letters to the president being concerned about. >> there are a lot of kids. >> stephanie: i see chiron on tv that there could be some of the newtown families. >> you believe everything you see on it of? >> stephanie: yes. >> a couple of inauguration updates for you. first, the motorcade for the president's inaugural parade will show support all be it subtle for d.c. voting rights. driving around d.c., you'll often see this license plate reminding you district residents don't have house members to vote on their behalf. eleanor holmes norton is an
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elected official but she's a nonvoting delegate in the house. a white house spokesman says after four years of living in d.c., the president has seen firsthand how it is unfair that working families pay taxes but don't have congressional representation. so they say putting this plate on the motorcade is meant to show he's willing to fight to get d.c. voting rights and to get them budget autonomy. the president has picked a replacement to give the benediction at his inauguration. that will be reverend lewis leone who pastors st. johns church called the president's church or the church of the president. reverend leone says the inaugural committee asked him to do the benediction. it is an encore for him. he gave the invocation in 2005 for president george w. bush's second inauguration. leon replaces pastor louie giglio an evangelical who withdrew himself from participating after think progress found him giving an anti-gay sermon back in the
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>> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. six minutes after the hour. stephaniemiller.com. sexyliberal.com, the sexy liberal web site. very few tickets remain for the warner theatre in d.c. for the big sexy palooza for inauguration weekend. look what the republicans got around to. it is called emergency relief for a weekend because normally
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it is an emergency and people need that aid right away. nonetheless, jim, lots of republicans voted against it. they voted against sandy aid although it still passed. representative rosa delauro of connecticut -- >> we're asking and we're pleading and we shouldn't have to beg for money for the northeast. to be able to survive this tragedy that hit us. >> it is the northeast. it is not like it's the real america. >> stephanie: apparently that's what some republicans thought. i begged to get rosa delauro on the show. here she is. >> how are you? >> stephanie: thank you for taking time for us. >> thank you. >> stephanie: before we get to the president's gun measures and your meeting today that is really just -- i keep using the word unprecedented on this show. >> appalling and unprecedented. >> stephanie: not only the amount of time that it took them to vote on this, correct but so many voted against it. >> it is incredible. look we -- the fact of the
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matter is natural disasters no one is responsible for them. you have people's lives and the challenges they face. they can't face them. this is not of their -- their doing. and you know, we've always come together around these efforts so you're right about it being unprecedented. it is appalling and outrageous that we have waited so long for new york new jersey, connecticut, pennsylvania, to be of assist -- to be assisted. we have 200 homes in milford connecticut, where they had problems with the hurricane irene. so then -- in order for them to be able to do any rebuilding, they need to rely on community development block funds which was part of this bill. also, there was an amendment here. very parochial, i'll give you the contrast. congressman fleming from louisiana of all places, you
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know cut out almost $10 million from connecticut for this mckinney wildlife refuge here which was -- you know, which was here. to build back. to tell you in hurricane katrina, $71 million went to louisiana for refugees. it is just really unconscionable. >> stephanie: i sometimes -- it feels like it must feel like to you like people are governing two separate countries. you've got your colleague michele bachmann her first order of business is to put forward a bill to repeal obamacare for the 33rd time. people in the east are waiting for assistance that they need now! >> it is groundhog day. >> absolutely. >> stephanie: i think your colleague, representative andrews put it in stark terms for us that there is a guy on the new jersey boardwalk that lost his business that now didn't get the money in time and won't be able to open in spring. how does he keep a roof over his head and feed his kids? it is a timely thing right?
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>> how is he going to be able to contribute to the economic growth? he won't be doing anything. he can't. what happens to reinforcing this recession that you know, that people have faced. the point is that these are -- no one -- no one predicted this. no one is responsible for it. these are -- you know, it is a natural disaster. and there is a wonderful quote that says you know, this is part of the contract of government that citizens have. and when the levies break we need to be there so that we don't have new orleans drowning. these cities and towns and people cannot drown and we just leave them on their own. >> stephanie: congresswoman again, as many people have said including chris christie and others used to be bipartisan with storm relief. even as we approach this debt ceiling crisis again. didn't used to be something we negotiated over. when you talk about a hostage
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crisis, it really is. one side is willing or thinks it might be an okay outcome to blow up the united states economy and the world economy. or that's something they can take that they can negotiate with. as americans, that didn't used to be something that was negotiable. >> no. in honesty people, you know, we debated that issue. whatever side we talked about the increase, the increase, the increase. in a bipartisan basis and whether it was clinton or bush or reagan administration, et cetera, then people voted to increase the debt limit because it's not about future spending. it is about spending that has occurred and that is like getting your credit card bill in the mail and you've made the purchases and then you say well, hell, i'm not going to pay the bill. >> stephanie: really would be like talking to mastercard and going we really need to cut spending. so i'm not paying this.
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>> i'm just not going to pay my bill. >> stephanie: you're the one that ran up the spending. >> congress ran up the bill. you can have a debate and conversation about those efforts. >> i think what's incredible, i've been look at the commentary and the quotes from some of our colleagues on the other side of the aisle. you know, shall remain nameless in a political -- i think it is possible that we would shut down the government, government to make sure that president obama understand that we are serious. we always talk about whether or not we're going to kick the can down the road. i think the mood is that we've come to the end of the road. i mean this is -- from the highest level. from the highest levels. within the republican congress. >> stephanie: some republican -- i can't remember who it is now said he thinks it would be a wonderful experiment to shut down -- like wow okay. >> it's maddens.
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>> stephanie: speaking of maddens, obviously the president today is going to be on about noon eastern, going to hold a press conference to discuss how to prevent gun violence. now you and leader pelosi and others are also doing a meeting today, yes? >> that's right. they weren't -- you know, scheduled to be at the same time but i think it's -- you know, i think it is good that they are coming at the same time. >> stephanie: again, this is something that should really be bipartisan. you know, if there's nothing that can make you come together as americans you know, sandy hook isn't it, i don't know what is right? >> look, sandy hook was overwhelming. being in that -- at that memorial service was something you know. in my life i've not experienced. and imagine you know, parents grandparents, first responders, teachers. everyone that witnessed this is, you know, truly in shock.
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and this ought to be a turning point. what's interesting is the public is saying what the president said. which is so poignant. he said are we doing enough to protect our children? the answer he admitted is no. that must change. and the country is logical to change. look at the "washington post" poll yesterday. the data says 58% of the nation wants to see a ban on assault weapons. we're not going after everyone's guns. we're going after assault weapons. the high-magazine -- the high-capacity magazines the feeding action. 88% say background checks. close the loophole. and my hope is that part of the recommendations that the president and vice president are making includes resources for mental health services. 67% of adults, 80% of children who have mental health concerns
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and issues are not getting treated. this is a serious issue. >> stephanie: again, our friends on the other side of the aisle want to cut cut cut. they're the ones who want to cut funding. >> we've been fighting for increases in funding for the substance abuse and mental health services agency year in and year out. and you know, there again -- just give you one more example. the affordable care act which they want to continue to try to repeal. that says that any plan on the exchange has got to include coverage for physical illness mental health illness. it expands the number of professionals, healthcare professionals includes social workers. that can be used as mental health professionals. we can -- address this issue and the aca is doing that and yet people will talk about focusing on these issues but they will not deal with the resources that are necessary so it is just words and not action.
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>> stephanie: i think you know much like sandy relief, this is critical. because we don't ever know when the next one could happen. how are you -- my friend, senator boxer out here, has proposed national guard in the schools. is that one -- another facet of this? >> let me be honest and senator boxer and i are very, very good friends. i believe we ought to have secure schools. and safety in our schools. i don't want to turn our schools into prisons or fortresses. and so i think we have to look carefully at that. for me, i think part of the security of schools is having a mental health professional in every school. you know, i'm willing to talk about security in our schools but i think it is not just in armed personnel or teachers or armed guards. i think it is a combination of precautions that need to get
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taken and also look at the issues of what kind of services in essence that we can offer and those mental health services i think are critical. >> stephanie: absolutely. representative rosa delauro thank you for updating us on all of the important stuff. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> stephanie: talk soon. [ applause ] >> stephanie: see, i can already tell what right-winger will call and say there was a mental health professional at sandy hook and she was shot and killed. that's what i'm saying, there are a number -- people have talked about even bringing back retired or returning troops, that troubles me a little bit because there's a huge problem with ptsd. so i agree -- this is a complicated issue. do you introduce more guns into this and how do you know about the mental health of some of those people. >> it is really complicated and expensive to solve. >> national guard might be a solution but still, do we really want them patrolling everywhere?
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>> stephanie: i know. all right. lots more to get to with all of this. my goodness. 17 minutes after the hour. kids, we get letters from david like in north carolina, you chris, mama, please let chris know he very nearly killed me as i was taking a sip of coffee. he held the headline cox pulled out a beaver. long story short i may be using my carbonite back-up. that's part of our evil plot is we say things that make you spew things into your computer and then it goes poof! why did i listen to stephanie and get carbonite? we all have valuable files on our computers. we're adding new files all the time. [wicked, evil laugh] >> stephanie: every now and then, i spew on to my computer. >> say something jim. >> stephanie: just when he disa reince priebus people spew. >> reince priebus! >> stephanie: see somebody's
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presidential inauguration. the circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv. ♪ remember my name ♪ >> stephanie miller ♪ baby, remember my name ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 24 minutes after the hour. tom writes mama, yesterday you
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opened the show by riding an e-mail from tom in vermont. as a big gay passivist tree hugger he professed his love for and he would stalk you if he were straight. get in line, elmo. i'm a tall, love dog lover who loves you more. i'm from lockport, mama's hometown. and i will be at the sexy liberal tour in d.c. all right tom you win! >> gayer than a christmas tree? >> stephanie: get in line, homos. that's what he said. >> there is a war on gay christmas trees according to bill o'reilly. >> right. >> stephanie: get it. we'll all be in d.c. for big inauguration weekend. the only sexy liberal show in 2013. there's only three in 2013. get it. go! get the last tickets. let's do it. >> rocky mountain mike has promised to be there. >> stephanie: really? >> people are more excited about --
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>> stephanie: who knows who all is going to be there. dana in maryland will probably be there. all right. damian in pennsylvania says sexy liberal volume two oh, you can still get your sexy liberal volume one cd. sexyliberal.com cd. you can download it. >> itunes or your other amazon, whatever. he says i think your next cd should be just road flare mary calls. [ applause ] >> you know what? >> stephanie: yesterday's call really was a tour de force. >> she spewed all of this racism and stuff and then she was offended by one word in the tequila commercial. >> stephanie: right. what were some of the hits from yesterday. the president's 100% black. >> poor gypsy. >> show me a poor jew. >> stephanie: that was last time. i can't remember now. then we bonded over dogs. it was very odd. ken writes steph big fan of the
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show. listen every chance i get. would love your app. but i own a blackberry. >> i'll never get rid of my blackberry. ooh, iphone! [ ♪ hypnotic ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] what do we not love -- speaking of road flare mary from chicago. what do we not love about chicago? >> i love, love, love chicago. >> stephanie: gawker brings us a story. 18 severed human heads found at the airport. >> instead of a bag of vipers, a bag of heads. >> stephanie: were they all killed with a bag of glass? officials at o'hare intercepted a package containing 18 severed human heads. >> i expect that at midway, not
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o'hare. >> stephanie: you wouldn't think it would happen there. it has a tunnel. >> a tunnel full of heads. >> stephanie: gawker says they're getting tired of everyone acting like it is weird. everyone here is oh, my gosh, you got a box of heads said the department of homeland security spokesman. everyone thinks it is unheard of. gawker says we're with you. it is like chill out nerds. local news outlets are reporting the 18 heads are still covered in skin. isn't it creepy to have them described that way? the heads are said to have shipped to chicago from italy. a country with many heads. according to gawker. [ laughter ] >> lloy gawker. >> stephanie: authorities believe these ones were medical specimens intended for -- in a scientific research. >> they're medical specimens for scientific research. >> stephanie: you brought me an abnormal brain?
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they're currently in the process of verifying that the heads have proper documentation. papers please? head, just because you're a head doesn't mean -- foul play not suspected in the collection of the 18 severed hid -- heads. [ applause ] >> stephanie: they were not heads hit by a bag of vipers or glass. >> sometimes guys get clumsy and they lose their heads. >> stephanie: put them in a box with 17 other heads. >> i still think it was unusual that it was at o'hare rather than midway. >> stephanie: thank you. that was the whole point of the story. >> just sayin'. talking about the southside. >> stephanie: road flare mary. >> drive by some severed heads on the stevenson. >> stephanie: right back with charlie pierce next.
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going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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>> what's wrong with you? >> almost everything. but let's get back to the interview. >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." 34 minutes after the hour. it's not tuesday. he was sick yesterday. >> there's only one man that understands. ♪ he's a clown that charlie -- >> pierce. >> why is everybody always laughing with me. >> i was not sick. i just had to go see the doctor. >> oh, okay! >> stephanie: all right. whatever. hi honey. >> dr. feelgood if you know what i mean. i think you do.
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actually, i had a zumba lesson up in maine. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: you know, it is probably disappointment. >> having a zumba lesson in maine is one of my favorite new euphemisms now. >> like shooting a man in reno to watch him die. >> stephanie: probably because of your piece proof that god hates you. >> is that a letdown or what? i was planning on spending a month in south carolina covering that race. >> stephanie: former south carolina first lady jenny sanford said she will not run for congress. jenny sanford's decision avoideds a potentially messy campaign against her ex-husband. you say potentially messy. how about potentially freaking awesome. how about so potentially freaking awesome that tennessee williams would come back from dead to write about it. i'm sorry i just need to be alone for awhile. >> it looks like hubby is going to run though. and he gave an interview yesterday saying that you know, the jim demint leaving for the heritage foundation and tim
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scott being appointed to replace him and therefore opening the appalachian trail for mark sanford to get back into politics seeless the hand of god in all of this. i don't think what he used to call seeing the hand of god in things. he could continue to get the hand of god. >> stephanie: charlie pierce, is he with the argentinian mistress still? >> i believe he is. >> i believe he is. >> stephanie: wow. >> she would be the new first whatever. this is not the governorship again. >> no. she would become the queen of the beltway. >> that's right. >> or in that case, the below the beltway. >> stephanie: look what you did there now. you also marked a momentous occasion as we did yesterday that clarence thomas said something for the first time in seven years in oral arguments. it was flargan -- >> the court reporter was so
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startled that he apparently didn't record it. must be a glitch. hold it! >> stephanie: we've been waiting for years. are you ready? >> what he said is -- well -- he did not -- that's it. >> it was's did not! antone scalia was no, he did not. >> stephanie: we were saying it was the equivalent of people waiting for forrest gump waiting for him to say something after running across the country for years. >> given the fact that we have some very elderly people on the supreme court the idea that they would hear clarence thomas' voice, who knows. >> never ever thought i would hear you do that reference either. >> stephanie: there you go. so the chuck hagel nomination, i love that you're saying somebody threw out temperment. the same people who voted for john bolton, right?
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>> the comparison was made by jennifer rubin, this blogger for "the washington post" who's been -- for the better part of two years now said that look at what they're doing to chuck hagel. they're not talking about his temperament. look at what they did to john bolton. bolton said they should blow up the u.n. building while he was nominated for ambassador to the u.n. >> stephanie: he has a bit of a temperment problem. >> chuck hagel isn't bff with lindsey graham anymore isn't the same thing. >> stephanie: it is incredible that the president still will not reach out in a bipartisan fashion. he's a freakin' republican. >> my favorite one now is the president isn't a nice enough guy. he isn't affable and backslapping and so forth and you know -- maury dowd wrote he's not a schmoozer the way lbj
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was. he wasn't a schmoozer until he had what was yours in his pocket then he was everybody's pal. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: exactly. so who is it? schumer and boxer came out. >> i think that's -- i think that's -- i think the hagel thing is going to slide through now. i'm more concerned with why we're getting john brennan without any explanations as to what he did for the bush administration which is sliding under the radar. i don't want to harsh your preinaugural mellow. >> stephanie: please don't. i know you're coming to washington on happy clappy clouds. >> stephanie: you're going to be there right? >> what time is the show? >> stephanie: 8:00 i would think. normal time. >> stephanie, what time are they asking you to be there? >> do you know this yet? >> stephanie: for sexy liberal? 8:00. >> 7:59:30. >> stephanie: i stagger in. although cornyn was trying to put a wrench in the hagel thing. no closed door meeting and many
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troubling public statements. >> troubling. very troubling. >> like susan rice, very troubling. >> stephanie: that's always the code word, troubling. some things are very troubling. >> i'm taking bets on when one of the guys will come out and say this guy isn't as temperamentally suited or judicious in his comments as susan rice might have been. sooner or later they're going to get around back to her again. it was like i don't know why we're talking about susan rice when we could have our good friend, john kerry, who we spent four years savaging. he's really a good guy now. >> stephanie: the president presenting his gun violence measures today. at noon, do you think. anything going to play out differently this time? >> you know, i think the stuff he's saying, he can do himself. he can do himself. a bunch of you know, beckerwood
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sheriffs aside by executive order, he can order a study of gun violence. i don't think -- we're not treading on any constitutional provisions. >> stephanie: in honor of les mis, i dream that the president uses the word peckerwood in his conference today. >> he almost criticized the american people of being stupid. you know why they can do that? number one because you're black and number two because the american people will fall for just about anything at this point. in any event -- on the other stuff, i think what will go through is certainly the background checks will go through. if the gun people are going to give ground on anything, it will be. that the assault weapons ban the devil is completely in the details. last one failed because it was swiss cheese. floating definition of assault weapons is not helpful. >> stephanie: what about clips? >> he's got a shot. an opportunity there maybe
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because people do understand that if you need like 13 bullets to kill a deer, you shouldn't be hunting. >> stephanie: by the way got a shot probably poor choice of words. >> i'm sorry if i what i said offend anyone. >> stephanie: charlie, we'll see you in d.c. >> you will do that. you going out friday? >> stephanie: we're coming friday. >> show is at 8:00. >> stephanie: of course it is. at the warner theatre. >> someone has to be on top of this stuff. of course, hal being on top of stephanie. is that still part of the show? >> yes. >> i have every intention of bringing a lighter and holding it up and waving it. get on top of stephanie. >> stephanie: he will be here in 20 minutes to do it again. >> am i correct in assuming the entire sexy liberal cast will be there including the lovely aisha tyler? >> yes. >> stephanie: chris and jim and jacki opening the show.
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>> you're kidding! >> stephanie: it is an extravaganza. >> it is like sexy liberal stock. >> stephanie: two huge celebrity guests on panel. charlie pierce hopefully you'll be there as well. >> i'll be in the audience waving i'm the secondary tuesday guy. i'm up here. >> that's not how we view you. >> stephanie: he got a free bird cheer in boston when people realized he was in the crowd. [ cheering ] see you honey. >> bye. [ applause ] >> stephanie: yes, oh speaking of which i love this story. inauguration approaches, obama's moist most virulent foes want the celebration stopped. he's making plans to see the inauguration. whether i watch depends on who's being inaugurated. if it's this guy probably not. i don't pay attention to illegitimate things.
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the president is an illegitimate thing according to eldon. believer in the notion obama was born overseas. >> birthers, really? >> let him finish. i get an e-mail from her every day. >> stephanie: every day. >> we should have a daily reading of her e-mails. >> stephanie: somewhat trashing. after more than 100 court cases no judge has we tried to help. when orly has been in here live a couple of times i try to find another color for her parachute. maybe birtherism is not your thing. you could do 100 more court cases. oh look. breaking news! [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] attention, attention! she doesn't say attorney dentist. filed a petition with u.s. congress for an investigation of barack obama due to his use of fraudulently obtained social security number. >> still on that. >> back when obama got --
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>> stephanie: her subject line should be let me finish. all right. even after obama convincingly won re-election advocates of various counter factual theories about the president he's a foreigner, marxist muslim say they're sticking it to their fight. this inauguration is a mistake and those who permit it to happen will have to live with their own consequences said the aforementioned eldon belle. >> what does that mean? >> stephanie: don't know. >> eldon belle. >> stephanie: this is a man very deep into an ideology that is not american says the rev lend clenard childress. i told my congregation just strap yourselves down. it will be nasty because that's what jesus would want you to do. rhetoric since the election has gotten worse. >> sounds like legitimate rape. >> stephanie: said one web site owner. i've seen more openly racist remarks since the election.
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we have to think about impeachment for abusing executive power said cliff kincaid who runs america's survival of groups threatened by socialism and the u.n. and liberal culture. >> a combination of cliff huxtable and kincaid. >> and he's a web ring web master. i haven't seen those since '99. >> stephanie: there is a certain world of people who move from one conspiracy theory to the next. they really believe one day soon he will be declared an illegal president and obama care will van wish a poof and sotomayor and kagan will leave the supreme court. they dreamed a dream in honor of lesmis. >> skeeter is afflicted with obama derangement syndrome. he's unable to distinguish wild fantasy from reality. there is no cure but there is hope. for less than the price of two decaf triple lattes, you can sponsor someone with obama derangement syndrome.
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with your help, scooter and thousands like him can receive the eqief lent of an eighth grade education. and hygiene. we might not be able to cure him but we might prevent skeeter from running for a second congressional term. >> obama is in cahoots are barbra streisand al gore who has a big house. >> please help us erase obama derangement syndrome. a half-baked thought is a terrible thing to waste. >> stephanie: now al gore has a bigger house. >> he got a laugh or something. >> stephanie: it is funny. 47 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> go ahead laugh out loud in your cubicle! everyone always thinks you're a left wing lunatic anyway. it's "the stephanie miller show."
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you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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>> stephanie: 52 minutes after the hour. we're really losing it. bob in illinois, hello. good morning bob. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: i was just a little upset about this whole gun issue and what's going on and frankly i blame the major networks for not pointing out the simple fact that they have a ton of people
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in the congress that are getting all their information from three sources. one, only book they've ever read was the turner diaries. tv show they ever watched was preppers and more importantly the only movie they ever watched was "red dawn." >> stephanie: exactly. i go with "ghost" for my patrick swayze movies personally. >> "dirty dancing." >> stephanie: i liked "ghost." let's dive into the right-wing world. laura ingraham. >> the more i think about it, the more it seems that colin powell's appearance on "meet the press" was well-coordinated with the white house. with his dear friend with whom he campaigned. barack obama. people are wondering about the timing of the obama press conference. why yesterday? what was so special about
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yesterday late morning? because it was directly within the maelstrom of a news cycle driven by colin powell's dark, vain of intolerance within the republican party. playing the victim card here. maybe playing the race card. >> stephanie: black on black conspiracy there. >> hmm. >> that seemed like a really long ways to go for that. >> stephanie: wow. okay. >> have you noticed she's modulated a little bit? >> stephanie: i think she's heard you guys do her orgasm too many times. >> ehhhhh. >> stephanie: okay. once again, "the stephanie miller show" has any information on whether laura ingraham likes her hair pulled during sex but if she does, it is so the right. >> that's the apology? >> every time you turn on the tv
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or pick up a newspaper, there are more and more examples of american culture in decline? ever wonder how it all started? jerry springer a big liberal democrat said he's the father of decline in america. big liberal democrat. is that all part of the plan? >> oh, yes. >> stephanie: okay. >> you figured it out! >> stephanie: right. obviously. >> leader jerry springer. okay. >> if you only knew how funny that was. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh. >> everybody knows that the democrat party, if they could would take your gun away from you. everybody. i can't believe it. people who try to make a big cause celeb out of this. i've listened to them dream. >> stephanie: jim goes to his neighbors almost every day with his big cartoon hand. >> bring out your guns! >> stephanie: exactly. [knock at door] >> i need some guns!
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>> stephanie: all right. ann coulter on hannity. >> on the gun crimes, we keep hearing how low they are in europe. they're low when they have no guns. if you compare white populations, we have the same murder rate as belgium so perhaps it's not a gun problem. it is a demographic problem which liberals are the ones pushing, pushing pushing more colin fergusons and whoever he shot at fort hood. why are they coming in to begin with. >> stephanie: by the way -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] road flare mary among others talking about the gun crime in chicago. gun crime in chicago. because they -- there's no gun ban anymore. it has been gone for two years in 2010. another dramatic victory for firearm owners. supreme court ruled unconstitutional chicago's strict ban on handgun ownership. >> look what happens. >> stephanie: yes. it is the reverse in new york city. okay. glenn beck. >> it is because of the blacks. >> stephanie: right.
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when they were not causing the mortgage crisis. and stealing her son's food stamps in their escalades full of groceries. >> what was her son doing on public assistance anyway if she's so against it? >> stephanie: gun beck on the -- glenn beck on the video. >> i believe there are many people in this country who will want to bring on a civil war and in that scenario, the people will lose. >> stephanie: that's why he's building that big compound somewhere. water slide? >> right wing water slide. >> stephanie: no regulations. there's no water. just cement because you know -- >> not required to have water. >> stephanie: there's nobody to regulate whether it needs water. >> just jump. >> stephanie: go, do. >> no need for regulations. >> stephanie: this president frankly, i haven't seen anyone since richard nixon who has the same instinct of being isolated, for being surrounded by cronies and making up things the way he
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does. this is not ronald reagan or jimmy carter or it is not even george bush for god's sakes. >> stephanie: he's the most like nixon. obama is most like nixon because -- >> see pat on fox news is labeled as a -- >> he was slamming clinton in the '90s. >> stephanie: exactly like him. okay. all right. wow. sexy liberal hal sparks next. more hump days with hal as we continue on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right. hal sparks on his way in. bff jacki schechner as we have previously reported, we're in a triple with melissa fitzgerald. you sent me a cell phone picture yesterday -- >> it was awesome. >> stephanie: of someone in a gown with colored socks stuck under a dressing room door and i was like what? jacki, are you all right? what is this? it was actually melissa. you guys were trying on gowns for the inaugural. >> she locked herself out of a dressing room and didn't want to bother to get help. >> stephanie: wouldn't you pay anything for that picture of her crawling under the door. >> i snapped a photo and sent it to stephanie. she was very wicked witch of the west looking.
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>> stephanie: someone's gotta bring an extra gown for me. who's taking care of mama? >> one of us will have a gown for you. >> stephanie: thank you. i'm not a girl like that. >> we'll knit you something out of a pashmina. >> stephanie: thank you. >> i think chris will need a gown too. >> no. i'll take one. something backless. >> stephanie: show off his muscles. here she is, part of my truffle jacki schechner. >> taking up all of my time with this. good morning. south carolina governor mark sanford has announced he is going to run for congress. he's looking to win the district one seat that was left vacant when now-governor nikki haley appointed representative tim scott to take over for jim demint in the senate. a special election primary is set for march 19th. and then the general election will be may 7th. sanford asking voters to weigh his record on fiscal conservatism against some of his personal indiscretions hoping the former will far outweigh the
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latter. you may remember that sanford publicly confessed in 2010 to having an affair with an average intennian -- argentinian woman and they charged him with 37 violations related to the affair including using taxpayer money and resources for personal travel. sanford agreed to pay a $74,000 fine and he's now divorced from his wife and engaged to his mistress. if you want the white house to pay attention to your petition on its "we the people" web site, you'll have to get 100,000 of your closest friends to sign on. the white house has raised the threshold for responding to people's requests from 25,000 to 100,000 signatures after some arguably ridiculous requests. the officials have had to reply recently to petitions asking to deport piers morgan to the bills -- for states whose residents want to secede from the union. not really official white house business. we're back after the break.
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>> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's a "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ >> stephanie: oh. i was reading the tweets. i've got -- >> cold rain in d.c. tears from the founders above. america has run its course. bill of rights evolving and dissolving. >> stephanie: all right. >> seriously?
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>> stephanie: party for all that. yep. we're going partying in the founder's tears this weekend. sexy liberal washington, d.c., inauguration weekend. get it go. hal sparks, sexy liberal on his way in right now. drama queen. dear god. okay. caroline writes steph during w's first term, he was for an assault weapons ban and making background weapon checks mandatory at gun shows. there were no impeachment checks then. >> stephanie: no president's children have ever had secret service protection until now. >> the president's kids more important than yours? his kids are protected by armed guards at their schools. mr. obama demands the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes. but he's just another elitist
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hypocrite when it comes to a fair share of security. protection for their kids and gun-free zones for ours. >> really. >> secret service protection for every kid. >> okay then. that's what the nra is calling for. >> stephanie: president. he got elected. >> twice. >> stephanie: whatever. bunch of morons. >> the president lives in a fancy house. >> stephanie: why don't you? >> why screw a big fancy house like that with full time staff? >> stephanie: why can't you use it? >> why can't you declare war? >> stephanie: why are you allowed to have your own drugs? adds nothing to the debate. oh lord. all right.
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andrea the perpetually disgruntled state worker of "the stephanie miller show" writes mama and the mooks the -- is killing me. i say that every day. >> you do not. >> stephanie: yes, i do. erma grr. >> are you having a stroke? >> stephanie: making me say is there an inappropriate time. steph hollics anonymous i might need help. [ applause ] because that would be just as helpful if the nra were to offer that by way of debate. >> dana loesch offered that by way of debate toward me. i tweeted her something that was probably border line offensive. she wrote back herp der. that was her method of debate.
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>> stephanie: her level of debate is much higher. [dana loesch squealing] >> stephanie: that was her imitation of a screechy liberal. looky here, unsolicited testimonial. >> steph, i've been a subscriber. it is $4.95 if you buy a year in advance and $7.95 if you have a fear of commitment. i love the steph app. i love the idea of requiring insurance on firearms. first if any lobby can make it possible to suit them, it is insurance. it will keep insurance companies busy to back off so we can get single payer. yea! [ applause ] >> stephanie: okay. julie from seattle sent this story. i love this story. did you see this on "buzzfeed" about that crazy michele bachmann? steph, i don't get why you always refer to her as beautiful. no wonder you have a confessed
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proclivity for crazy girlfriends. avoided the ones that appear glazed over or googly. with michele. i need some comedy fun music. this is just nothing but fun. >> michele bachmann had a high profile debate coach brett o'donnell, jim whom she reportedly developed an unnatural relationship with. during her failed presidential campaign. another former aide told "buzzfeed" peter waldron was the iowa field organizer for bachmann. he said that o'donnell exercised an unusual power over mrs. bachmann. okay here is the sad, tragic part. he prohibited her her husband dr. marcus bachmann from sleeping in the same room with his wife on the campaign trail. oh, my god that must made him hate him. >> i just hate you! and i hate your ass face! >> conjugal relationses. >> stephanie: what a bastard
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person. >> what's up with you people because you're bastard people. >> stephanie: he prohibited legendary consultants from attending debate prep sessions. he told her when she could get off the bus. he wrote all of her speeches. >> like to tell her where to get off. >> stephanie: mrs. bachmann spent too much time alone with brett. how could she possibly be lacking in the man company area? they even criticized the time two of them held hands to pray apart from the others. >> ooh. >> stephanie: marcus must be livid. once she asked me to ride on the bus with her to pray. >> oh, jehovah god. brett's objection was so intense for the good of order, i followed the bus in my personal vehicle. on one occasion, she whispered if you don't get off the bus -- another time, her personal assistant told me peter michelle does not you to leave
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please pray for us. >> we are in the last days. your jehovah god. >> stephanie: brett held her capitallive day after day during a 99 county tour. by the end, she was broken mentally and emotionally and slept in her private cabin. i don't know if she ever recovered. the campaign made her crazy. most presidential candidates have strong personalities. not mrs. bachmann. she was for all intents and purposes messmer rise by brett o'donnell. enough to keep her from the conjugal bed with marcus? >> wow! >> any relations to christine mcdonnell? >> who? >> stephanie: i don't know. what do i see in my peripheral vision? what's that heavy breathing i hear? why, could it be? ♪ the humpty dance ♪
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>> hump days with hal sparks. >> yes, yes! >> stephanie: oh, god! >> hi. >> hi, hal. >> hi! i'm just waiting for the big presser where the president announces that agenda 21 fema camps will start. that giant -- >> stephanie: he's going to pay for it with a trillion dollar coin. >> the most ironic thing is that those coffins that apparently fema is making, those plastic stackable coffins alex won't fit in one anymore. alex jones won't fit in. >> that's part of his plan. >> exactly. that's what it is. >> get me one of those coffins. >> you know, i was actually on alex jones' show, right with my friend richard. >> how long ago? >> not long ago. just last year. >> after he turned crazy. >> he's been crazy for years. >> stephanie: i saw him speak. >> but he's crazy like a fox on meds. here's the thing. >> stephanie: on meth maybe.
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>> well, no, no. i think anti-psychotics and perhaps an anti-depressant and perhaps beta blockers. the point is i actually got him to admit on the radio that barack obama was not evil. >> stephanie: what? >> i know! [ ♪ dramatic ♪ ] >> it is on youtube. you can watch the interview. richard got him to admit that some government regulation is good which was amazing. i almost had an aneurysm at the time. but here's the interesting thing. this is i think more to the point of what he's really about and what these guys are always really about. during the breaks, did we talk about building seven? did we talk about the oncoming agenda 21 conspiracy? we talked about the fact he was at a movie premiere the night before and they had the best chocolate cake he ever had and he had four pieces of it and it mixed with the red wine and he had a bit of a headache. and that just goes to show you that all of these people who run these big survivalist camps and all of this kind of stuff they're not going to die in guns a blazing.
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shot down in a blaze of glory moment. they're all going to die of lifestyle-induced heart attack. they're all going to have -- complications from type two diabetes, not fighting off jackbooted u.n. thugs. >> stephanie: when you're talking about gold wait, he's like -- >> no, no! >> thank you for listening. >> cut. >> i'm thinking maybe afterwards, i could read a book. >> stephanie: gilbert godfrey same thing. >> you the king! he turns it on and then off again. >> you have to. otherwise you would annoy yourself on the same level and freak other people out. >> stephanie: maybe that's what i'm doing wrong. >> i will attest to that. >> stephanie: crazy on air and off. >> not that that would surprise anyone because the total lack of filter you have. you do know everybody in the
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audience -- most of the people in your life have ceased to tell you things. not for fear that you would judge them which is why most people don't tell their friends the real truth but just that you would blurt them. you have a blurt. you have a bad case of blurt. you have the worst case of blurt i have ever heard in my life. >> i just mentioned that in confidence. that's not even -- >> stephanie: oh, on air off air. is there a line? i didn't realize. >> i want some sort of light that goes on. some sort of signal. >> blurt! >> that was just for backstage in austin. >> stephanie: okay. >> could you not -- that's why you don't know my address. stephanie miller -- i've been friends with her for years she still does not know my address. when i type it into google maps, the latitude and longitude -- >> stephanie: i do it out of
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love. >> exactly. it is just blurt. not malice. >> stephanie: i'm so happy for you about the -- [ buzzer ] 17 minutes -- >> the location of the bat cave is -- 17 minutes after the hour. we'll roll along. more hump days with hal sparks on "the stephanie miller show." >> she's your human prozac. it's "the stephanie miller show." [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands?
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